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Goodbye Blue Monday

Map & Directions 1087 Broadway
Brooklyn, NY 11221
  • Mon-Thu 11am-2am, Fri-Sat 11am-3am


Village Voice's Description

In recent years, it's become common to see Bushwick bars double as daytime coffee shops and live performance spaces. Goodbye Blue Monday hits that aesthetic, and a little more. From the creative DIY sign outside to their funky collection of art inside, the characteristics of this bar might be off-putting or overwhelming at first. But by embracing the neighborhood's gentrification, Goodbye Blue Monday has become a go-to spot for freelancers. A day begins with coffee, free wifi, brunch, then moves into happy hour, some comedy or music, booze (only beer and wine, though), and perhaps a late night bite from the kitchen, which closes at midnight. Top it off with a two dollar PBR, and it's possible to spend an entire day at Goodbye Blue Monday. And the easy-going bartenders won't mind, either. --Briana Cheng

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  • Drew G. on 06/07/09

    Go to Goodbye Blue Monday, listen to some eclectic noise-rock and smoke like a rockstar in the backyard.

  • The Corcoran Group on 04/11/11

    Funky and dark serving good coffee, delicious meatloaf and great live music almost every night of the week. Hang out with Buffy the bartender.

  • Village Voice on 03/28/13

    For true dive bar value, head over before their plans to spruce things up a bit take shape and listen to the best band you’ve never heard of.

  • holly o. on 01/11/10

    A place ripe for a massive game of eye-spy. Try it, I dare you.

  • Leah G. on 07/29/09

    Try the seasonal specials, in the summer it's sake lemonade, in the winter its hot alky cider. Both are awesome.

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